NORMAL LABORATORY VALUES Cortisol: serum To Convert US to SI Units x 0.01667 x 10 x 0.01667 x 0.01667 x 0.01667 x 0.01 x 17.1 x 17.

1 Eosinophils Erythrocyte sedimentation rate (Sed Rate) Folate Glucose, urine No conversion Glucose, plasma GGT (Gamma glutamyl transferase) DHEA Sulfate Cortisol: free (urine) Creatine kinase DHEA

0-25 µg/dl (depends on time of day) 20-70 µg/dl W 40-150 units/liter M 60-400 units/liter W 130-980 ng/dl M 180-1250 ng/dl W Pre-menopause: 12-535 µg/dl W Post-menopause: 30260 µg/dl M 10-619 µg/dl 0-8% of white blood cells W<=30 mm/h M<=20 mm/h 3.1-17.5 ng/ml <0.05 g/dl 70-110 mg/dl W <=45U/L M <=65 U/L W 36.0% - 46.0% of red blood cells M 37.0% - 49.0% of red blood cells W 12.0-16.0 g/dl M 13.0-18.0 g/dl <=270 U/L

0-690 nmol/liter 55-193 nmol/24h W 0.67-2.50 µkat/liter M 1.00-6.67 µkat/liter W 4.5-34.0 nmol/liter M 6.24-43.3 nmol/liter W Pre-menopause: 1205350 µg/liter W Post-menopause: 3002600 µg/liter M 100-6190 µg/liter 0.0-0.8 fraction of white blood cells W<=30 mm/h M<=20 mm/h 7.0-39.7 nmol/liter <0.003 mmol/litro 3.9-6.1 mmol/liter W <=45U/L M <=65 U/L

x 27.59 x 2.759 x 0.01667 x 0.03467

Laboratory Test

Normal Range in US Units

Normal Range in SI Units W 0.12-0.50 µkat/liter M 0.17-0.92 µkat/liter 31 - 43 g/liter W 0.5-1.67 µkat/liter W 0.75-1.92 µkat/liter 0.88-2.05 nkat/liter W 0.15-0.42 µkat/liter M 0.17-0.67 µkat/liter 0.0-0.3 fraction of white blood cells 0-7 µmol/liter 0-17 µmol/liter

ALT (Alanine W 7-30 units/liter aminotransferase) M 10-55 units/liter Albumin Alkaline Phosphatase Amylase (serum) 3.1 - 4.3 g/dl W 30-100 units/liter M 45-115 units/liter 53-123 units/liter

x 10

AST (Aspartate W 9-25 units/liter aminotransferase) M 10-40 units/liter Basophils Bilirubin - Direct Bilirubin - Total 0-3% of lymphocytes 0.0-0.4 mg/dl 0.0-1.0 mg/dl

x 0.01 No conversion x 2.266 x 0.05551 x 0.05551 No conversion

Blood pressure

Normal: 120/70 to 120/80 millimeters of mercury (mmHg). The top number is systolic pressure, when the heart is pumping. Bottom number is diastolic pressure then the heart is at rest. Blood pressure can be too low (hypotension) or too high (hypertension). 0.5-2.0 ng/ml 8.5 -10.5 mg/dl 0-300 mg/24h 0.17-0.66 nmol/liter 2.1-2.6 mmol/liter 0.0-7.5 mmol/24h

C peptide Calcium, serum Calcium, urine Cholesterol, total Desirable Marginal High Cholesterol, LDL Desirable Marginal High Very High

x 0.33 x 0.25 x 0.025

Hematocrit

W 0.36-0.46 fraction of red blood cells x 0.01 M 0.37-0.49 fraction of red blood cells W 7.4-9.9 mmol/liter M 8.1-11.2 mmol/liter <=4.5 µkat/liter x 0.6206 x 0.016667 No conversion No conversion

239 mg/dL

6.18 mmol/liter

x 0.02586

Hemoglobin LDH (Lactate dehydrogenase) (total)

190 mg/dL

4.91 mmol/liter

x 0.02586 Lactic acid Leukocytes (WBC) x 0.02586 Lymphocytes 0.5-2.2 mmol/liter 4.5-11.0x103/mm3 16%-46% of white blood cells 0.5-2.2 mmol/liter 4.5-11.0x109/liter

Cholesterol, HDL Desirable >60 mg/dL Moderate 40-60 mg/dL Low (heart risk)

>1.55 mmol/liter 1.03-1.55 mmol/liter

0.16-0.46 fraction of white x 0.01 blood cells

21-2.67 Triglicerides (fasting) Normal Borderline High Very high 40-150 mg/dl 150-200 mg/dl 200-500 mg/dl >500 mg/dl 0.7.0-9.2-2.0 pg/ml W 0.4-5.01 blood cells 0.0 1. µmol.11 fraction of white x 0.3.0 pg/ml W 20. Used in this table: mmol (millimoles).6-3.000.03467 135-145 mmol/liter W 6-86 ng/dl M 270-1070 ng/dl W 0.0. used especially in the chemistry of enzymes.000.5-11.4-2.8 x 10 6/µL3 0.2 x 106/µL3 M 4. M 12.0x10 9 liter x 0.9-69.9 mmol/liter 5.45 mmol/L 130 – 400 x 10 9L 3.0 mmol/liter W 3.5.45-0. g (grams).323 No conversion No conversion No conversion No conversion x 0.0-28. mg (milligrams). these measurements are usually in grams per liter.Mean corpuscular hemoglobin 25.0 pg/cell No conversion Urea.000 deca or deka : 10 1 or x10 deci (d) : 10 -1 or ÷10 milli (m) : 10 -3 or ÷1.357 No conversion No conversion 310-370 g/liter x 10 WBC (White blood cells. M 416-971 pmol/liter x 34.0x10 3 /mm 3 2.000 4-11% of white blood cells 45%-75% of white blood cells 2.8 x 10 12/L 135-145 mmol/liter W 0.000.0 pg/cell (MCH) Mean corpuscular hemoglobin 31.4 – 5.0-35. plasma (BUN) Urinalysis .001-1.pH Specific gravity 8-25 mg/dl 5.0-35. pmol (picomoles) per liter Some units of measurement include the following fractions and multipliers: mega (M) : 10 6 or x1.000.5.01129 .0 pg/ml W 0.81-1. leukocytes) W 78-102 fl M 78-100 fl No conversion TERMINOLOGY: UNITS: gram : common measurement of weight. M 451-1213 pmol/liter W 6.000.0 g/dl concentration (MCHC) MCV (Mean corpuscular volume) Monocytes Neutrophils Phosphorus Platelets (Thrombocytes) Potassium RBC (Red blood cell count) Sodium Testosterone.0 1. (micromoles).4 – 5.69-2.65 mmol/liter x 0.9 – 5.000 nano (n) : 10 -9 or ÷1. Mean Corpuscular Volume is expressed in cubic micrometers mole : also “gram molecular weight.98 nmol/liter M 9. Used in this table: pg (picograms). Many test results in the Système Internationale are expressed as the number of moles per liter. free Age 20-40 Age 41-60 Age 61-80 W 78-102 µm3 M 78-100 µm3 25.000 pico (p) : 10 -12 or ÷1.0-35.5 mg/dL 130 – 400 x 10 3µL 3.36-37.000 kilo (k) : 10 3 or x1. nmol (nanomoles). M 13.8-107.01 blood cells 0. M 520-1387 pmol/liter W 13.04-0. In US units.0-37.4-5.9-86.9 – 5.000 micro (µ) : 10 -6 or ÷1.0 mmol/liter W 3. per liter katal (kat) : a unit of catalytic activity. etc.” a quantity based on the atomic weight of the substance.000.0-40.5 – 4.1.75 fraction of white x 0.69 mmol/liter 1.65 mmol/liter >5. M 15.26 mmol/liter 2.26-5. total (morning sample) Testosterone. nkat (nanokatals) per liter micrometer (µm) : a unit of length.5-11.2 x 1012/L M 4.9-8.10 nmol/liter x 0.000.035 4. Used in this table: µkat (microkatals).45-1.035 4.0-9.001-1.

In general: 80-120 mg/dL (4. less than 150 mg/dL (8. 100-140 mg/dL (5.6 mmol/L) before meals or when waking up. Random (casual):2 Levels vary depending on when and how much you ate at your last meal.4-6.5-7.Blood glucose Fasting blood glucose:2 Less than or equal to 110 milligrams per deciliter (mg/dL) (6. or mmol/L).9 mmol/L) for people age 60 and older.7 mmol/L) at bedtime.3 mmol/L) for people ages 50-60. . less than 160 mg/dL (8.8 mmol/L) for people age 50 and younger. 2 hours after eating (postprandial):3 Less than 140 mg/dL (7.1 millimoles per liter.